The famous Spiral Galaxy, or M83 as it is formally known, has been captured here by NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope. Located 15 million light-years away in the constellation Hydra, the bright magentas and blue colors glow with star birth and death. The Hubble has captured star clusters, individual stars and ghosts of dead stars called supernova remnants, all spread across 50,000 light years. The newest generations of stars are only a few million years old, and form in clusters around the edges of the dark spiral dust lanes. The older, 100+ million year old stars appear yellow or orange by comparison. The beautiful colors and complex detail of this fascinating imagery makes it a wonderful wall mural, to be seen at a large scale in your own home or office.